Monthly Archives: January 2011

Finger Licking Good

The human race has recently discovered what its thumbs are for. Texters and mobile emailers are becoming indigenously thumbidextrous; the nimblest communicating complex messages with the fluency of speech.

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Your attention, please

Lots of visits today thanks to an interesting conversation taking place on Twitter about writing, reading, technology and attention span. The original article I wrote can be found here. It now has some further comments from others, including one today from Tom Albrighton. The new article that got me going this morning is here: Less Text, […]

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The Mindless Menace of Violence

What has violence ever accomplished? What has it ever created?

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